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CNBC
Jan 11, 2013 5:00pm EST
ceiling debate. >>> and this market continues to go higher, and the dow up 17 and the nasdaq up 3 and change and the s&p 500 shy of the high with a fractional decline today. i will see you sunday on "on the money" on nbc at 11:30. and have a great weekend, everybody. i will see you monday. >>> this is "options action." tonight, bad dreams. boeing shares fallout of the report reports of more dreamliner tech glitches, but they say to buy now and they are gearing up for the a trade that can get you long shares of the battered aerospace giant. they will break it down. >> plus the house of pain? morgan stanley and jpmorgan fall ahead of next week's earnings, and should you be concerned? dan nathan will have the answers. and well liked, facebook shares have surged 17% in 2013, and do you see more upside? scott nations gets social. we start right now. >>> from the heart of new york times square, i'm melissa lee, and the rally is showing signs of fatigue with the financials ahead of the earnings. and is this the calm before the storm? we will get into the money and find out. dan, the ques
CNBC
Jan 11, 2013 2:00pm EST
the debt ceiling debate which could implode the earth. i don't see why i would be bullish in the first half and bearish in the second half. i disagree with gina on that. >> give us your case and we will let gene gentleman respond. >> listen, gina mentioned how the mark set looking for 2 percent plus grej. i that i is hardly a reason to sell off stocks. certainly there are medium to longer term reasons to be suspect with valuations but in shorter term either four quarter trailing, the u.s. stock market isn't particularly a screaming unattractive buy and certainly we are dealing with suppressed the yields, so to speak, which has an affect on valuation. but we think things are getting better. we don't find the market particularly unattractive and assuming someone doesn't screw this up, bias is probably to the upside. >> you want to respond, gina? >> i think that's an interesting comment. the biggest hurdle we will have in the first half is the march 27 deadline of the db -- what allowes a government to continue to fund itself. and that, as we kind of deal with the delay and the debt ceiling de
KICU
Jan 11, 2013 4:00am PST
to the debt ceiling debate. so early on in trade today, we will see more follow-through from the strong wednesday-thursday trade, but perhaps expect a little bit of profit-taking in the last hour ahead of the weekend press cycle. > > what are you seeing as far as volume, and did growth in china have anything to do with this latest rally? > > right, no, absolutely. first and foremost, china. the chinese trade data from wednesday night into thursday morning was exceptionally strong, exceeding analysts' expectations by 50%. it suggests or gives the hint that perhaps the global and domestic economies are both a little bit stronger than what some of the data is perhaps suggesting. that would be welcome news for federal reserve policymakers. your second point, volumes - volumes have been very strong at the start of the new year. even the s&p futures for example, yesterday traded over 1.6 million contracts in its heaviest volume day of the year, so, volumes are strong, and there is a lot of new money entering the market - 401(k)s, pension plans, whatever else - so look for volumes to remain el
CNBC
Jan 11, 2013 4:00pm EST
as the government doesn't screw it up. well, we do have the debt ceiling debate in about a month. when you say screw it up. >> that's what i mean. >> you mean a fight? >> a big fight. >> that's what i mean. the last thing that we need is we don't need the government in there trying to kill sentiment. we -- we absolutely need sending cuts. i saw you almost fell out of your chair when one of the previous guests said we don't have a spending problem in this country. we certainly need to get more fiscal restraint, but we cannot have the government holding sentiment hostage, and that really is an incredibly negative force that cannot happen this year if we're looking to have the market move forward. >> dan, let me bring you into the conversation here, the chief executive officer here. how are you allocating capital? >> doing it stock by stock. we think the market is on pretty stable ground right here, though when seagulls get together it's called a flock but when bad boons get together it's called a bad congress so that's something to worry about when you get closer to the next phase of the fiscal cliff
MSNBC
Jan 10, 2013 5:00pm PST
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MSNBC
Jan 10, 2013 8:00pm PST
was reached, republicans claim to have leverage in the debt ceiling debate based entirely on their threat of default. but as the clock winds down, there are calls for the gop to fall in line and the calls are coming from their own side. for instance, financial services roundtable, which is headed by failed gop presidential candidate and former minnesota governor tim pawlenty and represents nearly 100 of the largest financial service firms in the country. the roundtable is set to increase pressure on congress to raise the debt limit, warning that failure to do so will make the markets go haywire. because 2011's debt ceiling showdown was an expensive game of chicken. it's estimated borrowing costs increased by about $1.3 billion in that year alone and a total of $19 billion over the next decade. keep in mind in 2011 we didn't even breach the debt ceiling. big business, wall street, the job creators can't afford another round. these reliable republican allies are saying basically, enough is enough. even karl rove seems to have recognized republicans are in a desperate situation. in his lates
MSNBC
Jan 11, 2013 12:00am PST
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MSNBC
Jan 10, 2013 11:00pm EST
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Current
Jan 10, 2013 7:00pm PST
safety and the looming debt ceiling debate. but there really is more on his plate, including immigration reform and student loans and possible supreme court vacancies. how do we expect president obama to handle these very large matters and what are his priorities going to be in his second term agenda? kelly has been writing about this welcome inside "the war room." >> happy new year. >> jennifer: happy new year to you, too. always delightful to have you. you've been working on the issue of the second term and what is looming. kelly, today the conservative chamber of commerce said immigration reform is one of their top priorities. don't you think that's a huge gift to president obama's hopes to achieve immigration reform in this new congress? >> you know what is the biggest gift to president obama for immigration reform, the election. the election. because i'm sorry, when i heard that sean hannity was open to immigration reform, i wasn't sure if i was on that episode of "seinfeld" where everything was in bizarro world. we've crossed over into a new america. immigration reform is no long a
FOX News
Jan 10, 2013 6:00pm PST
what does he think about the gun control debate, the debt ceiling. what does he think about the republican party, the democratic party? does he intend on running in 2016? all of that plus his thoughts on the miss alabama controversy and bill maher. look, if you have copd like me, you know it can be hard to breathe, and how that feels. copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva helps control my copd symptoms by keeping my airways open for 24 hours. plus, it reduces copd flare-ups. spiriva is the only once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that does both. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva. discuss all medicines you take, even eye drops. stop taking spiriva and seek immediate medical help if your breathing suddenly worsens, your throat or tongue swells, you get hives, vision changes or eye pain, or problems passing urine. other side effects include dr
FOX News
Jan 10, 2013 9:00pm EST
and he said that he's not going to allow the debt ceiling debate to be died to spending cuts which we desperately needs. he obviously -- he wants a fight. what do you make of the strategy that he's employed. >> i think what's happened to him is he feels that by winning a second term, with a slight addition of democrats in the house and the senate he now is, you know, king of the the world to quote an oscar winner of bygone days. and you noticed in these lists, look at the list of the major appointees, starting with brennan and hagel and these are nobody of independent stature. it's not like the first term where he had a clinton, where he had a gates, where he had people who could be a team of rivals. this is a team of essential, you know, fact totems. he wants to rule and he wants to govern and he will not let anybody stand in his way and i think that's what he's saying and he will take on any fight in order to get his people. he's announcing he wants to govern alone. >> sean: will they get confirmed? >> all of them, yes. i think in the case of hagel, i say the odds he gets a yes vote
CNBC
Jan 11, 2013 3:00pm EST
this debt ceiling debate to have? >> we're quite worried about it. we hope they don't shoot themselves in the foot. the good thing is the market saw in december even though there was a lot of fighting, ultimately they did the right thing so maybe it doesn't have to sell off as much before. >> i'm sorry, what does that mean? shoot themselves in the foot? does that mean they should do the right thing and stop borrowing 1 trillion a year. >> michael, you're right. we already shot ourselves in the foot. >> shooting ourselves in the foot would be coming up with a deal before the deadline, not a week after the deadline after they scare the bejabers out of everybo everybody. >> in 2011 they raised the debt ceiling and promised to cut $1.2 trillion. guess what? they punted on that one. now they are one sequestration in arrears. they owe us two and we're not getting any. that's not shooting ourselves in the foot. it's shooting our children in the head. >> i would argue that they did the -- i would argue they absolutely did not do the right thing. they probably should have let things lie and sta
MSNBC
Jan 11, 2013 9:00am PST
? the american public isn't as tuned in maybe to, like, the debt ceiling debate or at least not the -- they did not used to be, whereas the minting of $1 trillion coin is out of duck tales. >> if you were going to do this, i don't think you would, for instance, like make a big deal of who is on the face. i don't think you would have a design competition for it. i don't think you would go parading around holding the trillion dollar coin. >> what if you lost it? >> yes, exactly. or my heist film that i'm writing about this. what you would do is come before the microphone and say in order to insure that the government meet its constitutional obligations to pay its debt, i have directed the treasury of the secretary to legal the necessary steps to make sure we can pay our debts. that's it. then all the coin stuff happens in the background, right? you don't want to turn it into this cartoonish -- >> nobody will notice. don't even talk about it. >> people will -- might go crazy about it, but i would also note this. monetary innovation is a tremendously important free line in american history. abraham
MSNBC
Jan 11, 2013 10:00am PST
ceiling debate last time when we came to the edge of crisis, grover norquist was out telling everyone, you know, we're spending $120 billion in a country with $14 billion of gdp, and grover norquist put a fissure down conservative support for the afghanistan war. when that happened, you had progressives against it. that really changed the dynamic. we -- i helped run the afghanistan study group, and our minimum threshold we thought was around 20,000 residual troops. it's astounding to see the president say no on 15,000. now john allen has come out, general john allen, with his scenarios all basically less than 9,000 troops. >> it could be the zero option. >> well, that's more about sending karzai a signal. >> it's a bargaining chip. >> that you don't -- there's a certain amount of america bashing that we'll tolerate. he needs to survive. he can't survive without troops. those troops are there to prevent an overthrow of the kabul government after we draw down. >> we talk about his plans for trying to dictate who his successor is since he is term limited. what are the choices? >> i think any
PBS
Jan 10, 2013 5:30pm PST
you can expect to see these confirmation hearings will be a proxy for the looming debt ceiling debate and other debates going forward about the administration's fiscal plan. >> woodruff: jared, whator all does this choice say about what the presen's priorities are when it comes to the economy? >> i think it says two things. one is that the president wants jack lew there for these upcoming fiscal deadlines. the sequestration, the debt ceiling, things like that. he knows that jack is not just a tough negotiator and i think this next point has gotten mixed he's a successful negotiator. i know republicans are complaining because he took a tough line back in 2011 with a lot of tea party folks but in fact he's been closing deals for 30 years the second thing is jack understands what it means, a very important part of the president's second term agenda. he understands what it means to get our debt on a sustainable trajectory. there's a lot that has to happen for that to occur. we've gotten a good chunk of the way there but in order to complete the deal so that our debt stabilizes over the bu
FOX Business
Jan 11, 2013 11:00am EST
in washington. cheryl: that's interesting. we'll wait for the debt ceiling debate, which i know many of you watch at this point, but at the same time, let me ask you about this. you mentioned housing. we have numbers from wells fargo, and i wanted to follow-up with you. a big piece of the business is mortgage lending, especially in the western part of the united states seeing an overall pickup. is that a bullish sign? >> extraordinarily bullish, okay? households are starting to reemerge and relever their balance sheet which is actually what dpsh go back, okay, what created the financial debacle in the first place is there was a curtailment of debt, and now it's reemerging and that should create an e quill lib yum within the credit system forcing the u.s. economy to grow in 2013, but we expect that in the later half of 2013. cheryl: the consumer's balance sheet, we have retail numbers out for december, and it was a rough fourth quarter, and i think that that's got some concern about the consumer overall, and if they are going to continue to power some of the big down movers we are watching.
CNBC
Jan 11, 2013 6:00am EST
the idea -- >> could this point that the debt ceiling debate is a silly accounting discussion? so why shouldn't we use a silly accounting gimmick to solve it? which is that you already have appropriated this money and the idea that you have to then go back and give treasury the authority to print money to borrow for it is artificial. it's just a game. and so why wouldn't you then use another game to counter? which that -- >> of course a dumb idea and a dumber idea don't make a good idea. >> that's true. >> they do to come. >> no, i understand. >> some people really are buying into it. i can't believe the number of e-mails i'm getting from people trying to kick the tires on that nonsense. that financial high poth carry measure. >> the one that you have is fake. this is real. this is a $100 trillion zimbabwe bill. look, we got to get real. we've got real fiscal problems, tax and spending, we've got real monetary problems -- my view is -- >> -- may view is we ought to eliminate the debt ceiling. we ought to substitute statutory budget controls and a debt-to-gdp -- >> david, it gives the
CBS
Jan 11, 2013 5:00am EST
ceiling and the debates we've seen in congress. >> slow growth. >> our hands almost. really when you think of it that way. >> very much. >>> still ahead a couple of d.c. city leaders are headed to the white house today. why do you think that is? >> we'll explain right after this. >> plus a group of virginia lawmakers strike an early blow in the fight over the relocation of the fbi headquarters. we'll be right back. ha never encnteredch a bning . until had thshingles. r re of the side sry, visit shinesinfoom like sebody d set a ba of hot chaoal ony neck. hai's somethg youdch a bning . ner wanto encounteochickenpx >>> 5:09 out on the weather terrace. 39 degrees here in northwest but you know with light winds it's really very comfortable. i have the heavy coat on but the novembers are off. it's not a bad cold. that comfortable cold as you call it. we will see the clouds thicken up and this afternoon expecting rain showers around. by lunchtime 48. we'll get to 50 but stay in the upper 40s with the rain showers around for the afternoon and evening hours. let's go inside with monika samtani get
CSPAN
Jan 11, 2013 6:00am EST
. if confirmed, he would take over the treasury department's before the white house and congress debates the debt ceiling. this is 15 minutes. >> ladies and gentlemen, the president of the united states accompanied by some of tim geithner and sap jack lew. >> men, everybody, please have a seat. a little more than four years ago, i stood with mr. tim geithner and denounced him as my first to my cabinet. we were barely two months into the financial crisis, the stock market have quivered, the housing market had cratered as well, a bank after bank was on the verge of collapse, and worst of all, more than 800,000 americans would lose their jobs in just a bad month. and the bottom was not yet in sight. i cannot blame tim when he told me he was not the right guy for the job. [laughter] extensivet tim's experience with economic policy made him qualified and i knew he could hit the ground running. as chairman of the new york federal reserve, he had just spent several sleepless and chaotic weeks immersed in the complexities of the crisis and had been working closely with his republican predecessor at treas
CSPAN
Jan 11, 2013 7:00am EST
the debt ceiling, a continuing resolution. at the end of march, the year is half over. did you have sequestration mandated. those are all intertwined. they represent different points from which you can have a conversation about spending. i actually think there is less pressure short-term from the budget year to year. it is the long-term entitlement programs. at the discretion of the congress on an annual basis, maybe only 40% of the budget they control. much of it is locked in and on a trajectory that ends badly at some 0.30 or 40 years. that objective statement comes from the president's own appointees. the presidents in both parties of had it trustees that say, this will not work long term. i think the logical approach will be to think, how can you now make some of these changes. in the 1980's they adjusted social security and medicare it is a little bit. those are phased in over a long period of time. host: what do you think about the idea of using the debt ceiling as a starting point to talk about budgets and spending? guest: there is no question that congress is in a brittle de
FOX
Jan 11, 2013 6:00am EST
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CNBC
Jan 11, 2013 4:00am EST
happened with the debt ceiling. there we go, piqu why. hopefully we've sorted you out. i want to get your view on the nikkei up at fresh five-year highs as we go into the new year. we have to get into discussions about the debt ceiling. >> well, i think the debt ceiling will cause some enhanced volatility from the february the 10th to march the 1st. we're likely to get a midnight solution on february the 28th. but the point is that i think the most difficult aspect of the negotiations was the issue of a tax increase. the republicans hadn't vote -- no republican congressman had voted for a tax increase in three years. 85 house of representatives members and the majority of the republican senators bothed in favor. so i would say that this suggests that the -- on fiscal issues is now a thing of the past. i mean, it's saying something quite strong, but i think we are much more likely to get a reasonable solution on march the 1st than seems likely until the middle of january the 1st this year. we're likely to get that solution. there will be a period of volatility for about 20 days in february
MSNBC
Jan 11, 2013 6:00am PST
debates and votes you're talking have to do with fiscal issues taking place, whether it's debt ceiling, whether it's government spending and things like that. are you willing to see cuts in government spending? are you willing to see reforms in medicare and social security that deal with parts of this debt problem the country has? >> well, i'll tell you. i've always been an advocate for responsible spending. i think government needs to be delivering services for people in a cost effective way. and now we have not only an opportunity, but an obligation to do that. find ways to spend smarter. that's what i stood for in the state legislature, drill down into budgets, find ways to more effectively deliver for people. so that is absolutely what i'm committed to doing. you know, in my position, in addition to working on the task force on gun violence in the house, i'm also on transportation and infrastructure. and science. and those are two great persons to look for how we lay the foundation for economic growth, for jobs in our communities. and that is going to have to be key part of this ba
CSPAN
Jan 11, 2013 9:00am EST
have the debt ceiling, a continuing resolution. at the end of march, the year is half over. did you have sequestration mandated. those are all intertwined. they represent different points from which you can have a conversation about spending. i actually think there is less pressure short-term from the budget year to year. it is the long-term entitlement programs. at the discretion of the congress on an annual basis, maybe only 40% of the budget they control. much of it is locked in and on a trajectory that ends badly at some 0.30 or 40 years. that objective statement comes from the president's own appointees. the presidents in both parties of had it trustees that say, this will not work long term. i think the logical approach will be to think, how can you now make some of these changes. in the 1980's they adjusted social security and medicare it is a little bit. those are phased in over a long period of time. host: what do you think about the idea of using the debt ceiling as a starting point to talk about budgets and spending? guest: there is no question that congress is in a britt
FOX News
Jan 10, 2013 10:00pm PST
like the debt ceiling. >> i think he can be. i think the reason they never brought up a budget is because the democrats would have had to -- defend openly in public debate an unsupportable, indefensible plan that their president was promoting. and they would have had to follow it or reject it. and of course, when lew's budget was brought before the senate and the house, if you remember, greta, it got zero votes -- not a republican or a committee in the -- or a democrat in the house or the senate voted for a bill that mr. lew was the architect of. i don't think that speaks well for a man who would take on the position of treasury secretary. >> greta: president obama says he facilitates deal, citing president reagan and speaker o'neill on social security and president clinton and a republican congress on the issue of a budget deal. i am curious whether you agree that he has brought the two sides together. if so, where has that been in the last go-round, the last 18 months? >> the last fiscal cliff deal, he -- his chief of staff at the white house, he was involved in the negotiati
FOX News
Jan 10, 2013 10:00pm EST
cuts. this nomination hearing is going to be the floor about that particular issue just like the debt ceiling. >> well, i think it can be and i think the reason they never brought up a budget is because the democrats would have had to defend openly in public debate an unsupportable, indefensible plan that their president was promoting and they would have to follow it or reject it. and of course, when lew's budget was brought before the senate and the house, if you remember, greta, it got zero votes. not a republican or democrat in the house or senate voted for the budget that mr. lew was the architect of. i don't think that speaks well for a man who would take on the great position of treasury secretary. >> greta: president obama said that he had facilitated deals. he says that he has worked with republicans and democrats and president reagan and speaker o'neill and bill clinton and republican congress on the issue of a budget deal. i'm curious whether you agree he has brought two sides together and if so, where has that been at least in the last go-round, at least the last 18 months?
CSPAN
Jan 10, 2013 9:00pm EST
the white house and congress debates the raising of the $16.40 trillion debt ceiling. this is 15 minutes. >> ladies and gentlemen, the president of the united states, accompanied by timothy geithner and jacob lew. >> a little more than four years ago i stood with mr. tim geithner, the first nominee to my cabinet. we were two months into the financial crisis. the stock market had cratered. bank after bank was on the verge of collapse. worst of all, more than 800,000 americans would lose their jobs in just that month. at the bottom was probably not yet in sight. i could not blame tim when he told me he was not the right guy for the job. [laughter] but on news that tim's extensive -- but i knew that experience with economic policy made him eminently qualified and i knew he could hit the ground running. as chairman of the federal reserve, he had just spent chaotic weeks emerged in the -- immersed in the crisis and had been working with the treasury to save the financial system. then when the wreckage -- with the wreckage of our economy unstable and still smoldering, i asked tim to help us p
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